How to Recover Deleted/Lost Photos from Fujifilm Finepix

The Fujifilm Finepix products are a line of digital cameras produced by Fujifilm. They include compact point and shoot models, tough, waterproof models, bridge digital cameras, digital SLRs and mirrorless cameras.

Sometimes, accidental deletion of important photos, mistakenly formatting the camera storage card or other incorrect operation can easily cause photo loss from your Fujifilm camera. Don’t worry, just download a powerful Photo Recovery program, your photo loss problem will be easily solved. Jihosoft Photo Recovery for Mac is such a professional and all-inclusive Fujifilm Finepix Photo Recovery application. Main functions of the program:

-Recover photos lost from Fujifilm Finepix camera due to accidental deletion, storage card formatting, corruption or other similar reasons.
-Support recovering photos from all Fujifilm Finepix model series including A series, F series, J series, M-series, S series, HS series, T series, XP series, Z series, Real 3D series and X series.
-Restore photos deleted/formatted/damaged from Fujifilm all storage memory card such as SD memory card, CompactFlash card, xD-Picture card or MMC card.
-Recover not only common still JPEG, but also Fujifilm Finepix raw RAF image file formats.

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How to Recover Fujifilm Finepix Deleted/Lost JPEG and Raw RAF

Step1: Connect Fujifilm storage card to the computer through a card reader.
Step2: Run the recovery program and select Fujifilm storage card as the device to scan.
Step3: Choose “JPG Pictures” and “Fujifilm raw RAF” from the filter option to accelerate the scanning process.
Step4: Preview and select desired photos to recover after the scan.

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With the program, you can recover JPEG/raw RAF from Fujifilm Finepix S4200, FinePix X100S, Finepix S4500, FinePix Real 3D W3, FinePix X-E1, FinePix X-Pro 1, FinePix X-M1, FinePix X20, and any other your favorite model series.

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